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Priest justifies Otso Diretso’s church visit in Camarines Sur

Katrina Domingo, ABS-CBN News IRIGA CITY - The Church should not be maligned for inviting politicians to meet religious congregations during the campaign season as the clergy needs to “educate” its parishioners, a Bicolano priest said Wednesday, shortly after 4 opposition candidates visited a church here. Otso Diretso bets and devout Catholics Chel Diokno, Romulo … Continue reading Priest justifies Otso Diretso’s church visit in Camarines Sur

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Court grants bail to Daraga Mayor Carlwyn Baldo

Rappler.com LEGAZPI CITY, Philippines – A Legazpi City court on Tuesday, February 12, granted bail to Daraga Mayor Carlywn Baldo. Legazpi City Regional Trial Court Branch 10 Presiding Judge Theresa G. San Juan Loquillano granted Baldo’s motion for bail Tuesday afternoon. Baldo, the alleged mastermind behind the killing of AKO Bicol Representative Rodel Batocabe, was … Continue reading Court grants bail to Daraga Mayor Carlwyn Baldo

Legazpi City mas prayoridad si Bong Go kaysa sa fire trucks?

Nadagit si Legazpi City Barangay 28 Antonio Loveriza dahil sa bagolbolon na aksyon kan Legazpi City Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) kan nakaaging Biyernes durante kan kasolo sa Victory Village. Mas naenot pa suboot na nagresponder an BFP kan Tabaco asin an mga taga-ibang lugar. Segun kay Legazpi City BFP Fire Marshall Gary Luna, tolo … Continue reading Legazpi City mas prayoridad si Bong Go kaysa sa fire trucks?

Fire hits village near Legazpi City’s seaport

By: Shiena M. Barrameda - Correspondent / @SBarramedaINQ Inquirer Southern Luzon / 04:23 PM February 08, 2019   LEGAZPI CITY – A fire hit a densely populated village near this city’s seaport Friday afternoon. Residents who managed to escape the raging flames said the fire started around 2 p.m. from one of the houses at Purok (zone) 2 of … Continue reading Fire hits village near Legazpi City’s seaport

When ‘partylist’ and ‘proportional representation’ gets a new meaning

When the Party-List System Act of the Philippines (Republic Act No. 7941) was approved in 1995, sectoral groups, especially the marginalized sectors, found hope of having their voices heard in the halls of Congress. Unfortunately, Robert Ingersoll was right: Hope is the only universal liar who never loses his reputation for veracity. Instead of the voice and power for the marginalized, the party-list became a system that opened more … Continue reading When ‘partylist’ and ‘proportional representation’ gets a new meaning